Verdict from 6 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Grippy: With the brand's signature Stealth Rubber outsole, many mountain cyclists find the Freerider Pro Primeblue super sticky to the pedals.
  • Quality: Owners of this model praise its premium materials and excellent craftsmanship.
  • Comfy: MTB riders are thrilled how their feet feel cozy and at ease even after a long, rough ride.
  • Stylish: Individuals who prefer skate-style MTB footwear are satisfied with this pair's aesthetic.
  • Fairly stiff soles: They provide adequate power transfer and remain flexible for off-bike walking at the same time.
  • Protective toebox: The toecap is equipped with an impact-resistant technology that keeps the feet and toes safe from bumps and crashes.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Outsole durability: A couple of cyclists found signs of wearing in the outsole after a few months of use.
  • Stiff tongue: An individual claims that the tongue material feels stiff and chafes the top of his foot.

Bottom line

The Freerider Pro Primeblue adds a touch of eco-friendly features to one of Five Ten's most popular models by crafting a part of its upper with recycled ocean plastic. It retains its previous version's excellent pedal control and enhanced impact protection.

All in all, it is a functional MTB shoe that's eco-friendly.

Tip: see the best mountain cycling shoes.

Five Ten Freerider Pro Primeblue lets you go full speed on the bike while being kinder to the Earth

Along with a non-pro version, the Freerider Pro Primeblue stands out from the rest via its partly eco-friendly upper. This feature slightly raises the bar of sustainability among cycling shoes

Apart from this, the shoe ticks most of the essential elements in an excellent MTB shoe. To know more about this, check out the shoe's highlights below.

Who will benefit most from the Freerider Pro Primeblue?

  • Long-time fans of the Freerider range 
  • Cyclists who are looking for eco-friendly bike shoes
  • Leisure MTB riders who ride for fun and don't need race-level stiffness
  • Bikers who prefer flat cycling MTB shoes

Highlights of the Freerider Pro Primeblue

  • Excellent pedal control and connection thanks to its sticky Stealth S1 rubber outsole
  • Comfort and cushioning are provided by the EVA midsole and Ortholite sockliner
  • Rock strike and impact protection offered by the Poron toe box
  • Fast-drying and partly eco-friendly upper via the synthetic Primeblue material
  • Skate-inspired aesthetic


How Five Ten Freerider Pro Primeblue ranks compared to all other shoes
Bottom 44% mountain cycling shoes
All mountain cycling shoes
Bottom 11% Five Ten cycling shoes
All Five Ten cycling shoes
Bottom 35% flat cycling shoes
All flat cycling shoes


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